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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 22 January 1897

#•11 cjcr Horace Massey, who has been visiting ,'telatives in Muchikinock, returned home last Saturday. Have you ever tried Eureka coal? I not, call at 416 W. Seventh street, or 411 East Sixth street. Phone No. 170 Miss Annie Yokum, of Leavenworth, —.Kansas, is visiting at the home of Mr. and 'Mrs. Hugh let's, on Seventh and Mulberry streets. The choir of the Eighth Church of Christ gave one of the most interesting programs of the season Thursday evening Jan. 14th. The proceeds being ner $13. Rev. P. S. Ervin, one of Chariton's, lead ing citizen, spent Sunday in the Capital City. Mr. Ervin is a prominent I. O. O. F. Mr. Meddleton of Webster city, has come to our city to be with us during the Legislature. Mr. Meddleton is dealing in seme well bred horses. Miss Bessie Steward who has been sick since the holidays has been worse the past week. We, with her many friends' wishes her speedy recovery. Mr. Geo. Stovall formally of Souix City, but now of Waterloo, la., has arrived in our city...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 22 January 1897

1 ^3 fti fti 1 Ufci'. 1 ttWA STATE BYSTANDER. MtT: MpT BYSTANDER PUBLISHING (XX iMMKjllJM, IOWA Only what we have wrought into our fchantctera during life can we take away fawivvj^.. irfo Lulneas ia contagious, while it is al most impossible t6 spread industry, even by inoculation. There are too many people who lm ftaglne they are privileged to worry theii1 "•'Hying out of their neighbors. There is nothing which marks more decidedly the character of men and of nations than the manner in which they treat women. The tact that you cannot change the whole world should not prevent your trying to smooth over a few of the rough spots in the path that somebody has to walk. ^-Some of the experts employed dur ing the trial of Maria Barberi charged 1300 a day for their services. The en tire cost of expert testimony in this trial was f10,000, and in the case of Dr. Meyer the expert testimony cost $62, 000. District Attorney Olcott intends to draft a bill to be presented to the New York legislat...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 22 January 1897

:~i *n§I&. Hi The msssago of Gow.-no" P. M. Drake to 'the Iowa legislature which mot on 'the lftth was a shoK tlacumen't, concise and devoid of unexpected fea tures and recommendations. It i.-i as follows: To the General Assembly of the Sltaite of Iowa: The span of years allowed to a generation has passed away since last the general assembly of Iowa was called together in extraordinary session. For tunately, no questions so momentous and all pervading as Ichose which con fronted ithe people and their represen tatives alt tha!t session and the called session of the year preceding are onw dominant in tha public mind. Then 'the life of 'the liaifion was in peril. Mul tiplied thousands of Iowa's brave men were absent from 'rheir homes contend ing for th life and the integrity of the republic. Members and people were alike oppressed with anxiety for bdth country and loved ones for 'the latter session was held at 'the darkest hour of the conflict. Now. in a time of peace, with 'the fe...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 22 January 1897

SM \-:'pM -f. Sjl r* ms FP Mr t^PBpSSVBSSSSS AGE ECHOES.|tt" vmm&m Albneta H. Moore has been «p* 'pointed a deputy In the office of theSouth tit,Collector. of Chicago, winning the thietionof being the first woman of the rloholiiUmt position. Her bond for was signed by County Commissi Iward H, Wright and Hon. S. W. F, W"*.- .A •. ... •-»FT •'.'S, S? ^CHy Assessor C. C. Yost of Kansas City •. baa appointed six colored men as city assessors. dement G. Morgan. prominent color |W attorney of Cambridge, Mass., has been itly elected alderman. ••••. Humbles, an Afro-American, reoenU f^ly loaned the Baptists of Virginia, 113,000 »4wUh which to build a seminary at Lynch- MACEO. BY IS. A. WillTMAN, D. D. I.t.. D. ABINGTOM, ILL. When (readorn, crtuhed neath tyr»nt'» heel. Wu pleading for a martyr soul, Who scorned to yield or lonfer kneel, The slave ol any detpot foul The world a Maceo brought forth, Of dusky face, bat sterling worth. Though thrice ten times his patriot corps Around him ris...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 5 February 1897

1 yyX^ wm 7 VOL. 3. Iowa State Bystander. PUBLISHED EVKBT FKIOAT XT TUB STANDBB PPBUSHINS COMFANT Office 316 West Fifth St. OFRICIAL PAPER OV THE -UPSO-AMERICA* PBQTKCTIVK ASSOCIATION OF IdWA. orrioiAL rAPKB or TBS MOST woa- SHOTUZT TOUTED S BASTS LOD6K OR IOWA, A. T. A. M. TXIUIS or ainsoiurTibv. On* jritr tl.SO Biz months 75 Three month* All subscriptions payable a advance J. L, THOMPSON, EDITOR, d. H. SHEPARD, MANAGER. Send money by poetoiSce order, money .order, express OR draft, to TKSIOWA 8TVT BTSTANDxa PubltstflngCompany. Communications must be written on on* side of the paper only and be of iutere«t to ,tte public. "Brevity 1* the coul of wit," remember. We will not return rejected manusoript unless accompanied by postage stamps. B3F" All correspondence and communica tions must be signed by the persons writing me same. All entertainments, concerts, festivals, etc., for which an admission fee is charged, will be published at the rate of 5 cents per line for each insertion. Li...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 5 February 1897

M- i-: mmv* Mi STAT^iBtSTAMR. BY BYSTANDER tfOBLlBHINO 00. DM M0IHX8, IOWA Is hard to please people who do not know what they want. Nothing changes a person's manner more thoroughly than to want some thing. wsp Perhaps more good might he accom plished by ringing a curlew for grown $*V people.'. ,s They deserve to be slaves themselves who will make no effort to secure lib erty for others. Ydii can make lots of headway some times by admitting your are wrong when you are not. It some people knew that the sun "had spots on It, they would almost tfworry themselves to death. There are but few occasions in an av erage lifetime when a man is an abso lute free agent in what he docs. When we are children, we would «rather b© whipped than apologize for ^Vanythlng after we get older we would ^rather apologize for anything than be whipped. is. Not a mile of railroad track was laid iillaat year in Nebraska, South Dakota, 6:#Wyoming, Idaho, Nevada, Arizona, *^%ew Mexico, Massachusetts, New fc ^Ham...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 5 February 1897

MISCELLANY. The movement for amending or rt* Rising city charters is spreading in Maine. An English journal tin that Queen Victoria has been a total abstainer for three years. A peddler arraigned in Suncook, N. H„ last week, bore the famous name of Mark Hanna. A Belfast (Me.) judge has ruled that shaking dice for cigars is not gambling, but shaking them for money is. About 600,000 trees are annually planted by Swedish school children un der the guidance of their teachers. But three old soldiers have thus far Availed themselves of the privileges of becoming inmates of the home at St. James, Mo. An unmarried woman has made a reputation in Gage county, Nebraska, as a corn-husker, doing seventy-five bushels day. Lord Lelghton's house in London has been offered by his sisters to the Brit ish nation on condition that it be pr» served as it is. The editor of this paper advises his readers that a package of Peruviana, the best kidney cure on earth, wtyVlbe delivered FREE to any sufferer, if...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 5 February 1897

ir AIR SPECIAL. «W Wffi, Ktf & (K Ha A that cannot S^.T **v*" fi 4 The first instance of colored students lining up in a football game was reported from Georgia where a team from Tufkegee train ing school competed with a team from the Atlanta University. It vis said to be a very clever game and was won by the Atlanta boys bjJ 10 to 0. JfMcKinley will be the third Methodist President of the United States. Of the others eight have been ^Episcopalians, six Presby terians two Unitarians, one Chris tian and one Free Thinker.—Ex. A greater then the silver ques tion now stirs Salt Lake City. Shall the 24th U. S. Infantry, of colored men be permitted to occupy Fort Douglass in place of some white regiment? The 16th Infantry has been ordered elsewhere. Its ofticers were white and charming. They and their families mixed in the best of ttait enlarged from any good RACE ECHOES. Mrs. WW. rough ton, editor ot the uW©man Photograph or Tintype. VWA PrAnriAtnK ^"8 PaPer ^ave JLllv I IU|FlIvlwl0 ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 12 February 1897

»u» V.j Agent C7V1 VOL. 3. Iowa State Bystander. ruBuamcD evbkt wudat bt thx by* MAUDES PPBLUBUf QOHPAHT. Office-316 West Fifth St. OFFICIAL PAPKB OF THB ATBO-AMBBtOAt PBOTKCTIVE AS8QCIATIOK OT IOWA. OnriOIAL PAPER OF THB MOST worn- BHIPriJL UNITED GBAND LOM1 Of IOWA, A. r. A. M. TBBMS Or SUBSCBIPTIOK. 11.80 month* 75 Three months N ft*"* All iubaoriptloni payabitt a adrancs J. L. THOMPSON. EDITOR. d. H. SHEPARD, MANAGER. Send money by postofflc* order, money •rder, ezprase or draft, to Tib Iowa 8ta*b Btbtandkb Publishing Company. Communication! mnst be written on one aid* of the paper only and be of intenlfcto the public. "Brevity ia the aonl of wit," remember. We will not return rejected manuaoript unleaa accompanied by poetage stamp*. or All correspondence and communica tion* muftt be signed by the persons writing thy aame. All entertainments, concerts, festivals, ate., for which an admission fee is charged, will be published at the rate of 5 cents per line for each insertion. Li...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 12 February 1897

BY & SLW STATEtlMME. FUBLI8HINO 0& TAKDER nvi _, Happy is the manwho cu be proud oTbis friends. Chicago la tlie only city In tb« country that Is already "greater." This is tbe season when the back sliders and drunkards are saved again. Man is apt to charge his failures to luck and credit his successes to sa gacity. The Cherry girls are going to be come living pictures. Animated ctaro mofl, we presume. Fortunately for mankind their tastes for amusements vary more widely than their personal appearance. There area great many people who would be better off if they only knew that asking questions is not conversa tion. A half-breed Indian named Boulan ger claims half of Kansas City. If he had been a full-blood he would have wanted the whole town. Pugilist Corbett indignantly denies that he thrashed his stage manager. It Is. a serious matter now-a-days to charge a pugilist with lighting. Why should a preacher, any more than any one else, be permitted to speak slightingly of women w...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 12 February 1897

if: Kg iOwCftj rMi 1 n» ABOUT HA1LBOAP THAVEL. M"h*l i| Coat to Cuif fuiafUi on WMtM BMdk There a mrprlBlng amount of mis information among the people regard ing the cost of carrying pauengere on railroad trains and to thla con dition as a public mind is doubtless due much of the sentiment in favor of lower rates, which Is finding ex pression throuyli bills fonywacplng-re* (tactions in the legislature of many of the western statea this winter. Mr. P. S. Eustls, General Passenger Agent of the C., B. & Q. R. R.. la argu ment before the house committee oi the Missouri legislature last week on the two cent bill gave some valuable and surprising information about the passenger business in the west. His statements were based upon the re ports of the Inter-state Commerce Commission and the Railroad and Warehouse Commission of Missouri and are therefore beyond Question. Mr. Eustis showed in the first place that the volume of passenger traffic on railroads is dependent upon the density a...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 12 February 1897

& mSt W&H'/ RAGE ECHOES. Thia is Blind Boone's first Sdatbern tonr and he it storming th« South. i||H« were Bladk Titti Trobudonras in Milwaukee, Wis., last Darkest America are touring Pennsylvania with good results. %k Doc Sayles is called the "Goliath of Jubilee Singers." He is singing •Dora Dean' with great success. ».•.•• '&iss Patty Malorie the jubilee singer is dead ip The Negro soldiers in the United Slates Army number 2,400. •^|§l There arh twenty seven colored men on the Chicago Police Force. .ftif'lttenry f?i of T. Eubanks," one of the ^^.^^^iinost prominent Afro-Americans Cleveland, Ohio, has announced himself as candidate for council llli. man in the fourth district. IgS Vi By an order of Judge Hayner, Mrs. Helen Douglass, widow of the late Frederick Douglass, wins her dower rights gsving her dower in all the lands and tenements mentioned in the widow's suit against Mrs. liosctta D. Sprague. All accured rents and profits are Included. The members of the Ida B...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 12 February 1897

w* I fi I* ti 5 RACE ECHOES. &'-» '-1 IMiT This is Blind Boone'a first Sotatbera tonr and he it storming &%tto6outl. $*• -V~ fh« Blftdk fatti Trobudonras i^wankee, Wis., last JpplWeek. Darkest America are touring Pennsylvania with good results. Doc Sayles is called the "Goliath of ,Jubilee Singers." He is singing lIora Dean' with great success. Miss Patty Malone the jubilee singer,is dead. The Negro soldiers in the United States Army number 2,400. ^There arh twenty seven colored Wen on the Chicago Police Force. Henry T. Eubanks, one ot the most prominent Afro-Americans of Cleveland, Ohio, has announced himself as candidate for council man in the fourth district. °7By an order of «Tudge Hayner, Mrs. Helen Douglass, widow of the late Frederick Douglass, wins lifer dower rights gsving her dower in all the lands and tenements mentioned in the widow's suit against Mrs. Rosctta D. Sprague. All accured rents and profits are ^included. •|M The '^Wells' zfy' W-: members of the Ida B....

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 19 February 1897

fef & BTSTANDEK '"JPftP its Iowa State Bystander. rUBUSIUD SVXBY VBXDAT BT ST ANDES FCBUU9BIHA OOtfPAXY. Office—31 6 West Fifth St OFFICIAL PAPBB OF TH ArBO-AJflCBICA* ^BOTaOTIVE ASSOCIATION OF I6WA. OFFICIAL PAPKB OF THB MOST WOS- BHIPFUL UNITED 6 RAND LOME OF IOWA, •. F. A. M. TBBlIt OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year ....Il.tt Blx months 78 Three montba All wbaoripttoni payable! advance J. L. THOMPSON. EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD, MANAGER. Scad motley by poetofflce order, aonaj erder, expreu or draft, to TIE IOWA SRAFI Pabllai 'N Company. Communication! mnst be written on ona •Id* of tba paper only and be of intereatto the public. "Brevity i* the aoul of wit," ram ember. We will not return rejected manuioript Wiles* accompanied by poatage stampa. BT All correspondence and communica tiona must be signed by the persons writing the aame. All entertainments, concerts, festivals, etc., for which an admission fee is charged, will be published at the rate of 5 cent* per Une for each insertior List...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 19 February 1897

WW %WFL I** Ml, /rA .' Iowa Stats Bystander. rrauamcD KTIBT VBIDAT BT ir •TAVDU nmLUBOra OONPAHT. Office—316 West Fifth St OFFICIAL PAPEB OF THB ATBO-AMttUCA /BOTEOTIVK A8900IATI0K Of IOWA. OfflOIAl FAPEB OF THB MOST WOft BHLPRUX. UNITED GKAHD LOOM OF IOWA, A. F. A. U. TBBMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year |1.M Blx month* 71 Three months .M All subscriptions payable! a advancs J. L. THOMPSON, EDITOR. J. H. SHEPARD, MANAGER. Brad money by postoffic* order, moaey erder, express or draft, to THE IOWA 8TA*I BTBTAHDER Publlii 'N Company. Communications must be written on on* side of the paper only and be of interest to the publio. "Brevity is the soul of wit," remember. We will not return rejected manuscript unless accompanied by postage stamps. tW All correspondence and communica the saniet siKDed by thePW8on« writing All entertainments, concerts, festivals, etc., for which an admission fee is charged, will be published at the rate of 5 cent* per line for each insertior Lists of presents for ...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 19 February 1897

vK 7 A fi STATE BYSTANDER. -CCNGfifc.SSlUNAL.7~ SENATE. Washington, Fob, 11.—The senate passed the diplomatic and consular appropriation bill, carrying tl,745,803. In executive se=- don consideration of the Anglo-An jrican arbitration treaty was resumed. Ine en 'tire time was consumed by Senators Turpie and Morgan, the former in advocacy of, and the opposition to ratification. nousE. The house passed the fortifications bill, %ith but a single amendment, and made some headway with the postofBce appro priation bill. But the major portion oi lie day was consumed in a political debate ^n the financial question. SEXATE. Washington, Feb. 13.—A resolution was adopted requesting Secretary Olney to use every effort toward bettering the condition of Sylvester Scovel, the newspaper corres pondent imprisoned in Cuba, and rgan offered a resolution for the abrogation of the dayton-Bnlwer treaty. The remain der of the day was spent in executive 863 J* sion in consideration of the arbitration W tre...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 19 February 1897

1 N, irtef BYSTANDER. IJ8Y8TANDBE PUBLISHING OX W CONGRESSIONAL. BEKATB. Washington, Feb. 11.—The senate pansea diplomatic and consular appropriation on a charge of conspiracy, Mil, carrying 11,745,803. lu executive ees firion consideration of the Anglo-An *rican arbitration treaty was resumed. Ine en tlr« time was consumed by Senators Turpie »nd Morgan, the former in advo aoy of, aad the opposition to ratification. nocsB. The house passed the fortifications bill, with but a single amendment, and made some headway with the postofflce appro priation bill. But the major portion of He day was consumed in a political debate ~n the financial question. SENATE. 'Washington, Feb. 13.—A resolution was adopted requesting Secretary Olney to use every effort toward bettering the condition of Sylvester Scovel, the newspaper corres pondent imprisoned in Cuba, and rgan offered a resolution for the abrogation of the Clayton-Bulwer treaty. The remain der of the day was spent in executlye ses sion in...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 19 February 1897

'V 'i \Ny^* wf 4 lhe %r §e h! I f. 1 STEMS OP INTEREST. Bicycles are carried free oa the 1 French railroads trhen passengers ac company them. A sou, however, Is [charged for the check. 'A one-armed man tn St. Joseph, Mo., wag tirra»afi for hugging young women on {ho street. The girls thought It very impertinent for a man to attempt to perform such a deed with only one arm. 1 A fence composed of 300 elk-horns surrounds the house and grounds of Jay Haynes at Mammoth Springs, Yel lowstdhe Park. All the horns were shed In March, 1895, and gathered In »s *°M°wInsJune by Mr. Haynes. In tho stomach of a cow recently slaughtered by George Daun, a butcher of Portsmouth, Ohio,, wero found si.* pounds of Iron nails, hinges, bolts, etc. The neighbors declare that the cow had discovered that Iron w'as good for the blood. Thomas Hansard and Lewis Lynn of Lincoln county, Ky., were returning home from church, when they began to quarrel about a hog belonging to Han card which had trespassed upon Lyn...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 19 February 1897

sftot 0 II® IOAO Ui •W STEM8 OF INTEREST. Bicycles are carried free on tie 'French railroads irhen passengers ac company them. A sou, however, Is charged for the check. A one-armed man in St. Joseph, Mo., was arrested for hugging young women on {he "treet. The girls thought It very impertinent for a man to attempt to perform such a deed with only one arm. A fence composed of 300 elk-horns surrounds the house and grounds of Jay Haynes at Mammoth Springs, Yel lowstone Park. All the horns were »shed In March, 1895, and gathered in the following June by Mr. Haynes. In tho stomach of a cow recently slaughtered by George Daun, a butcher of Portsmouth, Ohio,, wero found sU pounds of iron nails, hinges, bolts, etc. The neighbors declare that the cow had discovered that iron Was good for the blood. Thomas Hansard and Lewis Lynn of Lincoln county, Ky„ were returning home from church, when they began to quarrel about a hog belonging to Han card which had trespassed upon Lynn's property. Some r...

Publication Title: Iowa State Bystander
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Iowa, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Iowa state bystander. — 19 February 1897

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